Tuesday, June 19, 2018

News

Staff photo: Michael Anderson  A semi-truck lies on its side near the Al-Corn Clean Fuel ethanol plant in Claremont. The driver was injured when the vehicle rolled over as he was heading toward the plant.
One person was injured March 8 in a vehicle rollover near the Al-Corn Clean Fuel ethanol plant in Claremont. The semi-truck driver, Donyell Tyrone Roberts, of St. Paul, was heading to the plant when his vehicle rolled on the frontage road near Highway 14 at 120th Avenue (West Street) and 621st...
Rose to seek another term as sheriff
    Acknowledging that the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office was a “broken” agency four years ago, Sheriff Scott Rose has focused on repairing the damage during his first term as the county’s top law enforcer. It proved to be a painful transition for Rose, as he walked into a department struggling to...
BREAKING NEWS: Juvenile arrested in Triton School threats
Dodge County authorities have arrested a student from Triton High School in connection with social media threats of harming people at the school. Sheriff Scott Rose said his office received information indicating the student had advised other students both verbally and via Snapchat that they better...
Michele A. Lawson was named Blooming Prairie postmaster on Feb. 17. She has logged 24 years with the United States Postal Service.
Michele A. Lawson was named postmaster of the Blooming Prairie Post Office on Feb. 17. “I wear lots of different hats,” she said. “For example, I was postmaster, supervisor, mail carrier, clerk, landscaper and maintenance person, all in one day.” Lawson became acting postmaster on Dec. 28, 2016....
Mantorville Mayor Chuck Bradford, right, presented Karl Huppler with a plaque of appreciation for his 22 years of serving the city on the Economic Development Authority during the Feb. 12 City Council meeting. 
At its regular meeting Monday night, Mantorville city council members made several decisions that illustrated some of the myriad ways tax dollars are spent to keep the city running on an even keel.  Rip rap – large loose rock - needs to be replaced on the bank near Casey’s General Store to halt...
Kasson-Mantorville High School teacher Amory Olson holds a check from KIMT TV. The “Giving Your Best” award money will help provide extra classroom materials.
Kasson-Mantorville High School teacher Amory Olson applied a while back for KIMT TV’s “Giving Your Best” award, which promotes community awareness of non-profit programs and works on projects with award-winners. She was surprised when a KIMT representative visited her classroom recently to present...
Two men believed to be involved in a machete attack in Hayfield are facing felony assault charges. The Dodge County Attorney’s Office has charged Roderick Mickele Washington, 46, and Tommy Lee Robinson, 45, both of Hayfield, with second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon causing substantial...
James Nordine, Josh Torkelson and Jared Pittman await their fate – pies in the face by students who helped raise money for the KoMets vs. Cancer campaign.
Kasson-Mantorville High School students went above and beyond in their quest to raise money for the annual KoMets vs. Cancer campaign, which benefits the Dodge County Relay for Life. The goal was to raise $15,000. More than $19,000 About $18,600 had been raised by late last week during events...
News Update: Two men charged in machete attack
News Update: Two men charged in machete attack The men believed to be involved in a machete attack in Hayfield have been charged in Dodge County District Court. On Thursday, Robert Mickele Washington, 46, and Tommy Lee Robinson, 45, were charged with second-degree assault with a dangerous weapon...

Pages

Steele County Times & DCI

Steele County Times
507-583-4431
411 E. Main St.
P.O. Box 247
Blooming Prairie, MN 55917

Dodge County Independent
507-634-7503
121 West Main St.
Kasson, MN 55944

Dodge County Printing
507-634-2661
121 West Main St.
Kasson, MN 55944

 

Sign Up For Breaking News

Stay informed on our latest news!

Manage my subscriptions

Subscribe to Greer Citizen newsletter feed